Vote now to send all your favorite Braves to the All-Star Game! Justin and B.J. Upton lead a group of eight Braves on the 2013 All-Star ballot, and now fans can vote online to send them […]
While some states push to tighten gun control laws, some Georgia lawmakers are trying to ease rules preventing some mentally ill people from getting licenses to carry firearms.
ATLANTA (WAOK) —UPDATED The Georgia World Congress Center Authority board voted Monday morning unanimously to approve terms to provide the framework for a deal on a new downtown stadium for the Atlanta Falcons. The board, […]
Well known afternoon drive-time talk show host, Kevin Slaten, has ben let go from KFNS (590 AM) for making racial comments. During his live broadcast, he made remarks about the presidential election and that African-Americans voted […]
On Powertalk with Lorraine Jacques-White it was all about Election Day!!! The focus was on getting people out to vote on November 6, 2012. Our special guest was Sisters In Law, Janice and Davida Mathis. […]
If you’re still looking for a reason to decide on which candidate to vote for, think about Obamacare and the fact that one report after another clearly shows that it’s going to cost the nation much, much more than originally stated by President Obama and his administration.
During a Go Out And Vote event here in Georgia, African-American civil rights advocate Rev. Joseph Lowery spoke to an audience of African-Americans about the importance of voting. In his speech he says “that when he […]
Today on Power Talk with Lorraine Jacques-White we talked about the Charter School Amendment vote. The controversy over the vote is mainly related to Governor Deal and his office having control over Charter Schools versus the […]
In order to get more votes from the African-American community, the GOP chapter in Texas has decided to post a billboard with Martin Luther King’s picture on it. The billboards are posted in multiple African-American communities, and […]
On “Power Talk with Lorraine Jacques-White” Reverend Wayne Perryman, an African-American preacher from the state of Washington, said that President Barack Obama does not deserve a second term in office.